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Copenhagen-based customer service and engagement platform Dixa has raised $105 million in a Series C funding round. The company plans to further invest in product development, quadruple the engineering team by the end of 2022, and eyeball further acquisitions afield. To date, the firm has raised just shy of
Dixa, a Danish customer service platform, has raised $36 million in Series B funding, led by Notion Capital, with support from existing investors Project A and SEED Capital. Founded in Copenhagen in 2015, Dixa wants to help brands connect with customers and agents in a conversational way. In fact,
Copenhagen-based customer support platform Fullview has raised $1.8 million in pre-seed funding, fueling its efforts to redesign the entire experience. The backing will be used to further develop the product and spur on recruitment, specifically in the engineering team. According to a Hubspot report, 93% of the B2B SaaS
Danish VC Seed Capital has announced a new fund for early-stage startups in Denmark. The first close, padded with pledges from Chr. Augustinus Fabrikker, Dansk Vækstkapital and Preben Damgaard, landed at €67 million, about half of the fund’s €135 million target. Since getting started fifteen years ago, the Copenhagen-based